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Barrier-free travel from A to Z
The foyer of the Focke Museum in Bremen with archaeological stone statues and historical paintings
View inside the Royal Cabinet of Mathematical and Physical Instruments: a portico houses rows of glass display cabinets containing elaborately embellished, historical physical instruments
Blind person with a Smartphone using the Cityguide of Soest app at a bus stop with moving bus in the background
Cruise boat at the lakeside. Two men push a man and a woman in wheelchairs along an uphill path, with two children alongside them.
Wheelchair users abseiling from the TEAM tower at 'Filu' high ropes course.
A hand biker enjoying a panoramic view of the alpine landscape around Lake Chiemsee
Group of visitors with walking canes and a tour guide at the Dialogue Museum in Frankfurt
Exhibition of original Porsche cars from different eras
View from the wide pedestrian bridge of the pile dwellings on Lake Constance
View of Herrenchiemsee Palace and lake in front with the statue of the 'Seine' in the foreground
Boy with hair standing on end at the Van de Graaf generator at Phaeno in Wolfsburg
Exterior view of Bremen Art Gallery with reflection on the lake in an evening setting
Two wheelchair users and three other people relaxing in the sun on a park bench in egapark Erfurt
Model cars made of wood in the Mercedes Museum in Stuttgart
Ship on the Rhine at St Goarshausen in the Middle Rhine Valley UNESCO World Heritage site with vineyards in the background
Visitors marvelling at buildings from above at Miniature Wonderland
Exterior view of the town hall in Wernigerode
Cycling along the Elbe in Hamburg's HafenCity
Visitor with audio guide viewing an exhibit at Arche Nebra
Girls wearing climbing equipment on the high ropes course at Senapolis indoor leisure park

Experience Germany without barriers.

Magnificent mountain panoramas, fascinating highlands and wide coastlines, natural conservation areas and pulsating metropolises, historical dwellings, world-renowned cultural institutions and distinguished events – each year all these attract more and more visitors to Germany from all over the world.

To make the diverse richness of Destination Germany available to everyone, a multitude of continually evolving projects have been initiated over recent years with the aim of providing accessible tourism opportunities.

Accessibility is multifaceted and affects very different visitor groups: people with temporary mobility restrictions, families with pushchairs and pregnant women can all benefit, as can permanently physically disabled people who may require a wheelchair or be partially or fully blind or deaf. Plus, with changing demographics, an increasing number of senior citizens are enjoying frequent use of accessible amenities. Over the following pages you will find attractive travel destinations throughout Germany that have been selected for their exemplary accessibility. Let yourself be inspired to enjoy a barrier-free holiday in Germany's towns and regions.